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The Diamond Harbour Challenge

Closed Cause page created in the Issues category by Artists Against Slavery

$5,600 donated
Given by 58 generous donors in around 3 months

A Diamond Harbour fun run/walk on April 24th 2021 to raise money for Artists Against Slavery.

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The Diamond Harbour Challenge

Saturday 24 April (ANZAC weekend)

This is a sponsored walk or run from the Godley House site to the Diamond Harbour wharf and back, once or many times.

18 laps are the approximate equivalent of ascending and descending Mt Herbert.

More information on or email and register

Get sponsors. Money raised goes to Artists Against Slavery, a registered charity. All sponsored money to be paid through this Givealittle page.

About us

Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime on earth.

Artists Against Slavery uses the creative arts to raise money for rescue, rehabilitation and prevention of this global brutality.

Artists Against Slavery is a New Zealand registered charity.

Use of funds

Funds will go to help end human trafficking and slavery

Latest donations

Sue on 01 Jun 2021
Heather on 06 May 2021
Dorinda on 02 May 2021
Graeme on 01 May 2021
Amazing event Janie! Well done.
Sonja on 28 Apr 2021
Well done for a great event

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